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navitassys.com

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$1.55M

About Navitas Systems

Navitas Systems integrates and designs, technology development, and manufacturing of energy-enabled system solutions and energy storage products for commercial, industrial, and government agency customers. Navitas Systems products range from customized energy storage solutions for motive, idle-reduction and defense related applications, along with custom renewable energy integrated power systems.

Navitas Systems Headquarter Location

1200 Internationale Parkway

Woodridge, Illinois, 60517,

United States

630-755-7920

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Navitas Systems Patents

Navitas Systems has filed 11 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Battery types
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Rechargeable batteries
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/6/2016

8/3/2021

Lithium-ion batteries, Rechargeable batteries, Nanomaterials, Sulfides, Battery types

Grant

Application Date

9/6/2016

Grant Date

8/3/2021

Title

Related Topics

Lithium-ion batteries, Rechargeable batteries, Nanomaterials, Sulfides, Battery types

Status

Grant

Latest Navitas Systems News

Ascend Elements Will Produce Cathode Active Materials For Navitas Systems

Feb 4, 2022

CleanTechnica By 31 seconds ago Ascend Elements has announced that it will produce premium cathode active materials made from recycled lithium-ion batteries and scrap for federal contractor Navitas Systems. According to the contract it recently entered into with Navitas Systems, Ascend Elements will deliver the cathode active materials and scrap to Navitas in April 2022 which will be in a Department of Defense project. This is the first commercial sale of cathode active materials made with the company’s patented Hydro-to-Cathode™ technology. Michael O’Kronley, CEO and Director of Ascend Elements, gave the following statement. “We see this as a milestone for the lithium-ion battery industry. With this agreement, Ascend Elements and Navitas will demonstrate how our Hydro-to-Cathode process elevates the value of recycled battery materials by transforming them into premium cathode active materials to be utilized in manufacturing new lithium batteries. Testing to date indicates the material performs as well as or, in some cases, even better than virgin cathode materials. “Our relationship with Navitas Systems will also demonstrate how battery materials suppliers, battery manufacturers, and the U.S. government can collaborate to produce sustainable cathode materials here in the United States, ultimately helping address national security and energy independence concerns, as most critical metals are currently sourced from foreign countries.” Les Alexander, Vice President of Government, Defense and R&D at Navitas Systems, shared thoughts about the contract as well. “We’re looking forward to assessing how our mission-critical applications for the Department of Defense, including batteries for hybrid vehicles and other military equipment, can be well-served by Ascend Elements. Their ability to take recycled batteries and create high-performance cathode active materials holds the potential for us to source locally and securely, which is a priority for our customers. We’re pleased to be one of the first to demonstrate a circular lithium-ion battery economy here in the U.S.” Marc Gietter, Chairman of the Military Power Sources Committee of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), noted that this joint effort was a major first step in solving problems with the growth in usage of lithium-ion batteries . “The joint effort between Navitas and Ascend Elements is a major first step in solving several problems in the continued growth in usage of lithium-ion batteries. First, it helps demonstrate the potential to minimize the waste stream related to the disposal of these batteries, and, second, and probably more important, it is a significant milestone towards ultimately reducing the U.S. military’s reliance on foreign-sourced supply chain components.”

  • Where is Navitas Systems's headquarters?

    Navitas Systems's headquarters is located at 1200 Internationale Parkway, Woodridge.

  • What is Navitas Systems's latest funding round?

    Navitas Systems's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Navitas Systems raise?

    Navitas Systems raised a total of $1.55M.

  • Who are the investors of Navitas Systems?

    Investors of Navitas Systems include East Penn Manufacturing Company and U.S. Department of Energy.

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